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Community (tv program)

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  • Fox, The Lonely Island reveal their first three comedy projects

    Fox, The Lonely Island reveal their first three comedy projects
    Fox and The Lonely Island have unveiled the first three comedy projects from their joint development deal, called "Party Over Here." One of them features a beloved "Community" vet. The Lonely Island, the comedy troupe made up of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine"...
  • At Cinema Paradiso, the redheaded stepchild grows up

    At Cinema Paradiso, the redheaded stepchild grows up
    In a little more than four years, the smart and ambitious programming at Coral Gables Art Cinema won it a national reputation. This week, the guy who created that buzz begins curating films at the Cinema Paradiso theaters in Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood....
  • Paget Brewster, Keith David Join 'Community' Season 6

    "Community" will be making its season six premiere on Yahoo!Screen with some new faces. The comedy has added "Criminal Minds" vet Paget Brewster and "Enlisted" actor Keith David to the cast as series regulars. Brewster has signed on to play Francesca...
  • Host Joel McHale will keep 'The Soup' warm through 2016

    Joel McHale is going to be serving up "The Soup" for quite a while. The comedian and star of "Community" has signed an extended agreement with E! that will keep him on the 10-year-old series, which comedically skewers reality and talk shows. The...
  • TV Picks: 'Powerless,' 'Craft,' 'Who,' 'PuppyCat,' 'Garden Wall'

    TV Picks: 'Powerless,' 'Craft,' 'Who,' 'PuppyCat,' 'Garden Wall'
    "Powerless" (PBS, Monday). A film about power and the lack of it, and how little things are made to work when big things fail. We are in Kanpur, India, population 3 million, where there is no electricity for many and often none for any. The main...
  • Studios to Reap $6.8 Billion From SVOD Syndication in 2015

    Netflix, Hulu Plus and Amazon Prime are going to be a godsend to Hollywood's major studios in the coming years, if projections issued Thursday from RBC Capital Markets are any indication. Analyst David Bank estimates that the three biggest subscription...
  • Frankenstein's little friend coming to the Pickwick

    Frankenstein's little friend coming to the Pickwick
    Somewhere in rural Switzerland, a town council convenes. They are all men of advanced age and they are grumbling about the state of their village: "Forsaken, desolate and shunned by every traveler, and why? Because of these Frankensteins!" Right? I...
  • Jessica Lange: 'Acting Has Been an Escape Into the Imagination'

    "Women in Hollywood, consider yourselves honored." So said Joel McHale, host of the Elle Women in Hollywood event, held Monday night at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills. The "Community" star returned to host the event, this year honoring Elizabeth...
  • Behind-the-scenes look at TV opening credit creation

    Behind-the-scenes look at TV opening credit creation
    Think back about your favorite television shows over the decades. What do you remember first? For me, it is almost always the opening credits. It is the equivalent of a book jacket or an album cover. Even in this age of DVR and streaming and ever-...
  • Jennifer Garner, Zoe Saldana, Tina Fey explain work ethic in Elle

    Jennifer Garner, Zoe Saldana, Tina Fey explain work ethic in Elle
    Jennifer Garner, Zoe Saldana and Tina Fey have landed the three covers of Elle magazine's November Women in Hollywood issue. The actresses were also joined by "Hunger Games" star Elizabeth Banks, TV star Brie Larson, screen legends Jessica Lange and...
  • FX's John Landgraf Predicts 'Bumpy' Ride For TV Industry At HRTS Panel

    FX Networks CEO John Landgraf predicted a "bumpy half-decade to decade" for the TV industry, as it seeks to adjust to new means of delivery and metrics, during the Hollywood Radio and Television Society's State of the Industry annual luncheon Wednesday....